Heritage Food Court
At the entrance, Hong Kong’s celebrity food critic Chua Lam’s posters welcome you to visit what has largely been tagged as a “heritage food court” and with good reason. Each of the stalls here has been selected primarily for their authentic flavours that result from traditional cooking methods. Some stalls like Kim Lian Kee’s Hokkien Mee have been around for nearly a century.
Noodles and more
Noodles of every variety, tofu in a range of sauces, fish balls – you’ll find it all here. For dessert, durian lovers can head over to Durian Lagenda, a stall devoted to creating dreamy concoctions using Malaysia’s favourite fruit. Oriental Desserts brings a range of Malaysian sweet-treats including ABC, a layered dish comprising mainly of shaved ice, fruit syrup with a sprinkling of nuts, red beans, sweet corn, grass jelly and sea coconut.
Wrap up your heritage food tour with a strong dose of coffee from Nanyang Ten Coffee Shop.